N Jagadeesan Records: Right-handed batsman Narayan Jagadishan and his team Tamil Nadu broke several world records during their Vijay Hazare Trophy Group C match against Arunachal Pradesh at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium on Monday. Opening the batting for Tamil Nadu, Jagadishan set the world record for the highest individual score in List A cricket, scoring 277 runs in 141 balls at a strike rate of 196.45, hitting 25 fours and 15 sixes.
Jagdishan made a flurry of records with the bat
Narayan Jagadishan broke Alistair Brown’s record of 268 for Surrey against Glamorgan at The Oval in 2002. Jagadishan also surpassed the highest List A score by an Indian batsman, which was 264 by Rohit Sharma in an ODI against Sri Lanka in Kolkata in 2014.
This Indian batsman who hit 277 runs created havoc
Narayan Jagadishan also surpassed Prithvi Shaw’s 227 against Puducherry in the year 2021 and set a new record for the highest score by an individual batsman in the Vijay Hazare Trophy. By scoring 277 runs, Jagdishan became the first player in the cricket world to score his fifth consecutive century in List A cricket.
Sangakkara-Pietersen all left behind
Jagadishan scored four centuries in consecutive innings of Kumar Sangakkara, Alviro Pietersen and Devdutt Padikkal. Jagadeesan scored 114 against Andhra Pradesh, 107 against Chhattisgarh, 168 against Goa and 128 against Haryana in the match played against Arunachal Pradesh on Monday.
Jagdishan hit double century in 114 balls
Jagadishan took just 114 balls to reach his double century, making it the joint-fastest 200 in all List A matches, equaling Australia’s left-handed batsman Travis Head, who scored against Queensland in Adelaide in October 2021. Achieved the feat for South Australia against.
highest partnership record
Jagdishan broke the record for the fastest double century in 132 balls held by Karanvir Kaushal for Uttarakhand in the 2018/19 Vijay Hazare Trophy. Jagdishan also became the sixth Indian batsman to score a double century in the history of the competition. Jagadishan shared an opening wicket partnership of 416 runs with B Sai Sudarshan, who scored 154 runs in 102 balls with the help of 19 fours and two sixes. This is also the record for the highest partnership for any wicket in List ‘A’ cricket.
The records of Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels were also broken.
The duo surpassed the 372-run partnership between Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels in the ODI World Cup 2015 match between the West Indies and Zimbabwe in Canberra and also by Sanju Samson and Sachin Baby for Kerala against Goa in Alur in 2019. The set Indian record of 338 runs was also left behind.
Retained ahead of IPL auction
Due to Jagadeesan’s record-breaking innings and Sudarshan’s mammoth efforts, Tamil Nadu posted a mammoth 506/2 in 50 overs, making it the biggest team ever in List A cricket. It surpassed England’s 498/4 against the Netherlands at Amstelveen earlier this year. The previous highest List A total in India was 457/4 by Mumbai against Puducherry in Jaipur in 2021. Jagadeesan was recently retained by Chennai Super Kings ahead of next month’s mini IPL auction in Kochi.
(Source – IANS)